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Dec 12, 2014 2:00pm EST
treasuries, add in the nervousness about some of these projections, around 2016 in china and playing it right. the real surprise may come in, if you're out of bouncing stocks oil stayed here. that's the debate they're having. what would rates do then? many think if stocks jump 300 points, oil stayed here, rates would pop back up a bit. a lot of moving parts but not unexpected to a lot of seasoned commodity traders in chicago. >> rick, a technical look what's happening with the ten-year yield. hitting a weekly drop in over two years later in "talking numbers." >>> as oil prices hit new lows, multiyear lowers, stocks on a downward spiral lately. you might be wondering, how does oil's drop impact me and my investments and what should i do now? let us try to answer those questions for you. bring in brian, managing director with wells fargo and steve, chief investment officer in equity management. steve, first to you. how does oil's price drop impact me and my investments and what do i do? >> well, i think there's a real opportunity here. i think the drop in oil has affected a lot of equitie
CNBC
Mar 5, 2012 1:00pm EST
. >>> scott, thank you very much. three hours to go in the trading day. and china is bigger than europe on the wall of worry today. china cutting its growth outlook to the lowest level since 2004. that has investors nervous and pulling back. we'll ask a top gun from jpmorgan what it means for the markets and your money. >> you know, most investors have at least some cash parked in a money market fund. but are they safe? the s.e.c. wants big changes to protect your money. companies like fidelity say those reforms will destroy the business. so who's right? >> and a tale of two techs. apple and possible layoffs coming at yahoo!. details on companies heading in opposite directions, ty. >> welcome everybody. i'm tyler mathisen along with sue herera and brian shactman. and "power lunch" begins right now. >> good "power lunch" to you on a monday. factory orders declined. service sector expands though. mix in those concerns over growth in china. investors a bit cautious today. dow down about 64 points. s&p almost ten points. and the nasdaq down a full 1%. and below now of course that 3,000 leve
CNBC
Sep 2, 2014 1:00pm EDT
much. back up to dominic chu for a market flash. >> sue, oil is continuing its fall in china and europe as well. you can see wti and ice brent down a couple points or so. natural gas having its worst day since july 13, down 3.5%. the energy sector is the worst performer, you can see they're down about 1.7%. danbury resources, s&p energy. >> nice mov >>> cowsteres is the nation's largest pension fund, a $185 billion portfolio last year realized an 8% return and that was the highest of all u.s. pension funds. to tell us where he is putting money now is christopher ailman. good to have you with us. >> good to be here, tyler. thank you. >> the performance last year was really terrific in a rising market. how about this year? >> this year is proving to be a challenge. just like you said earlier, we don't want to be a market timer, but this equity market is obviously very long in the tooth. it's starting to flatten out a bit, so for us we're skimming some of our profits off the top, but we're staying invested in u.s. stocks. >> to your point there, this bull market is now more than 2,0
CNBC
Jul 31, 2012 1:00pm EDT
>>> china at new 2012 low. >> pfizer is real, no close resistance until later. >> i did not say sentences. >> it looks like congress may have finally struck a funding deal to keep the government running for six months, anyway. right, sue? >> that's right. until after the election, which is key. chief washington correspondent, john harwood joins us live from capitol hill with the details, john. >> sue, it's important to clarify what this deal does and what it doesn't do. it does keep the government inning beyond the election, a six month deal to extend current government funding levels from the last white house budget deal. it does not resolve any of the fiscal cliff issues, extension of the debt ceiling, budget sequesters automatic 2.2 trillion cuts scheduled to take effect at the end of the year, expiration of bush tax cuts, all that remains on the table. republicans and democrats at least agreed they won't have brinks man ship and showdown over shutting down the government the rest of this year, 2220of 2013. we expect the leadership to announce this is about an hour. this is a
CNBC
Mar 21, 2012 1:00pm EDT
applications. so blending with gasoline for cars and trucks in china. >> which is the growth story. kevin, where would you be deploying cash in terms of sectors? energy i know is one you like. we heard the fed chief talk about energy a short while ago. >> sure. i think the market is looking at improving fundamentals. small cap stocks make sense in this. when we look at the individual sectors, the more cyclicly oriented like consumer discretionary. >> i was just going to say tech still works for you? >> it does. in technology space and healthcare, you've got sectors with very good fundamental macro trends. they're going to be with us for a long time. and their balance sheets are fortress lights. >> lots of cash. pleasure to have you in studio. come back. >> thank you for having us. >> let's head now to bertha coombs at the nasdaq with three in 30. >> thanks, tyler. yesterday we saw oracle shares rise about 1% going into earnings. cautious outlook for the fourth quarter giving back gains. meantime broadcom is up trying to beef up business to provide chips for internet hd tv and made a small
CNBC
Dec 8, 2014 1:00pm EST
. >> coming in we had weak data overseas from china, japan, germany. art cashin i was speaking to him earlier there is a historical negative bias to this week. december is a fairly strong month. once you get around the levels there is a little resistance you run up. people are looking ahead to retail reports out, as well. there are a couple of other data points that maybe investors feel they need to see before they push markets higher. >> thank you so much. >> thank you very much. the dow down triple digits. as you see there two of the more highly priced stocks leading the way down or three really, caterpillar, chevron and mcdonald's with bad numbers out today. all of them weighing on the index. power lunch will be back in two. exxon down about 2 1/2%. blp new cadillac.... ♪ ♪ my baby drove up in a brand new cadillac.... ♪ ♪ look here, daddy, i'm never coming back..... ♪ discover the new spirit of cadillac and the best offers of the season. lease this 2015 standard collection srx for around $359 a month. you are gonna need a wingman. and with my cash back, you are money. forget him.
CNBC
Dec 26, 2014 2:00pm EST
. >> that is where the world is going. if you look at china today all sales are on mobile phones. you will see that happen here, as well. you will also see wynn. you have to be quick to do the mobile business. one of the reasons target did so well online was a great use of the mobile app. that is going to be a big piece of the business. it is also really important to be a full omni channel player like macy's is or what nord stroms is today. pick it up in the store, bring it back to the store, all of the things the retailer wants to do. that is what you are seeing today. today will likely be the largest number of transactions that a retailer does this year. unfortunately, they will be small and a lot of it is returns. lots of transactions, not a lot of traffic but lots of transactions and sales about half what you have. this will be a really big selling day relative to last year. >> supersaturday, saturday before christmas. >> this friday, today will be a really big day because last year the day after christmas was a thursday. everybody wasn't off of work. this year if you went to work
CNBC
Dec 22, 2015 1:00pm EST
examples out there as well. then when you throw-in different cultures, which is china and india and sourcing from those locations, mom and pop shops, everybody is balancing cost, delivery and compliance and sometimes compliance takes a backseat. >> very quickly. do you find it curious that as i do that other chain restaurants seemingly have not had this problem and that it is not necessarily unique to chipotle but is focused there. panera doesn't seem to have it. wendy's doesn't seem to have it. they don't sell the same food but they certainly sell lettuce and tomatoes and ground beef. >> yeah. unfortunately, i don't have any insight into why chipotle and why not other vendors. i will say, again, that i feel like in their marketing materials seems to be focused more on quality than a lot of those other ones that you mentioned. but perhaps the mindset of day to day compliance is not engrained as much as it should be or the complex fresh food local supply chain may be a contributing factor as well. >> all right. excellent point. john gray, associate professor of operations at the ohio
CNBC
Jan 14, 2016 1:00pm EST
slowdown, contagion spinning from china to the rest of the world. i'm mandy drury along with tyler mathisen. >> it's good to be with you. despite the threat and the fear, stocks up a little bit today. it has, however, don't need to tell you this, been a terrible start to 2016. we begin, speaking of terrible starts with dominic chu explaining exactly what contagion means -- >> i don't want to be the bearer of bad news. >> -- where it's coming from, and what it could bring. >> there's all this talk of contagion. we wanted to put it in context to stage and frame the discussion because we are not necessarily there, but we want to show you what happens when it does actually occur. so let's -- first of all, let's put it this way, a lot of different people have a lot of different definitions for what contagion is going to be here, but there are three general themes. one of them is that they start very local, specific to one economy, geography, or an asset class. that weakness goes to bullet point number two here. it spreads to other locations whether it be geographically or assets, and nu
CNBC
Mar 20, 2012 1:00pm EDT
>> josh? >> we are adding dem here. emerging market etf with very little china. >> pete? >> long citi. long citi calls. >> that does it for us. don't forget to catch more "fast money" 5:00 p.m. tonight. "power lunch" begins right now. >> thanks, michelle. we have three hours to go in the trading day. sell it if you've got it. the market's down across the board. oil is lower. the metals getting hit. on the first day of spring, how do you protect your portfolio. ty? >> sue, is this early warm weather this first day of spring going to cool off housing? could it get any cooler? we're going to crunch the home sales data out today and look at whether the spring season may end with a fizzle. >>> game on. it's not just angry birds. mobile gaming is the exploding sector of the video game industry. find out which companies may be set to deliver the next big thing. i'm sue herera with tyler mathisen. "power lunch" begins right now. >>> at the realtime exchange we're seeing a lot of red going on. concern over china, not so hot housing data, both weighing down on the markets. dow down 68. s&p
CNBC
Sep 8, 2015 1:00pm EDT
the heels of gains in china overnight at the end of the session. we saw a big rally there and strength in europe as there and nikkei, japan's thee kay, only outliar that it erased all of the gains for 2015. today industrials, technology materials and health care among the best performing sectors. industrial sectors getting a bump from a couple of acquisitions, dover corporation is expected to add six cents to its bottom line in 2016, its stock up 4.5% and ge finally getting approval from the european commission to buy alston, the french power company. investors like the news, up 3.5%, still pleau its 52-week high and also, today, we want to note that energy has been a group to watch. see a pullback in oil and the energy sector higher today and that's, of course, contributing to today's rally. >> i think the crude low is 4414 so we've come off the low to 45.22, a full update on what's happening with the crude and energy market overall. thanks a lot, mary thompson. ben willis come out of the shadows and step into the light, senior floor trader with princeton securities group. be
CNBC
Apr 17, 2012 1:00pm EDT
china. but a soft landing. lastly, you're going to have accommodative fed policies and monetary policies in emerging markets which should drive those stocks higher. >> carmine, let me ask you one quick question. if i've got a lot of bonds, treasuries, like a lot of americans to, what do i do with it right here? very quick. >> i'd sell them. you've not seen -- with 2% bond yields, you cannot finance a retirement. just keep in mind that if you look at the earnings yield at 7, the difference between those two is at basically a 50-year high. stocks have not been this attractive relative to interest rates in over 50 years. >> gentlemen, thank you very much. >>> it is april 17th. it is tax day. >> it is tax day. >> how about that? >> it is a taxing day. >> it's also the anniversary of cnbc. first day airing on april 17th. how is that for a confluence. the stars align there. >>> when we come back, a new warning for the 57 million people who e-file their taxes. what you need to know about a huge jump in identity theft. >>> even though it is cnbc's anniversary, no, we are not going to sh
CNBC
Apr 9, 2015 1:00pm EDT
china. tyler? >>> wait no more. the secret to making money like the rich our wealth editor robert frank, is here and he knows what it is. >> the secret right. turns out the secret to getting rich is not ordinary income. for them, it's all about capital. a study from the nonpartisan tax policy center found people making between 50,000 and 100,000 a year salary and wages account for three quarters of the gross income and make less than 1% from capital gains. for the rich well totally different story. among those making $10 million or more a year salary and wages account for only 16% of their income. cap gains are far and away the largest source of income accounting for half of their total egi. most of the wealthy make money from selling stocks companies, or other assets. second biggest income source was business income followed by dividends and interest. what does this mean for tax season? well, the tax rate on capital gains, sk, is 23.8%. tax raid for ordinary income? 39.6 %. the rich can pay a lower rate on total income than people who make money from salaries. remember that story
CNBC
Feb 24, 2012 1:00pm EST
you like? >> we like emerging markets in general and in total. we tend to underweight china for oftentimes structural issues. we're very heavily playing the china growth rate though through other countries and our direct exposure to china. in this case i think the most investors will be well-served by having a broadly diversified set over portfolios and continue to see more relaxation around europe, you'll continue to see emerging markets outpaced both developed, nonu.s. and the u.s. has been the case this year. >> where do you lean on the question of actively managed versus indexed? >> this year so far is looking to set up to be a very good active management year. the best way to think about active managers and kind of the easiest way is they don't like utilities, general for a lot of reasons. last year utilities outperformed the broad russell 1000 by 11%. this year so far the utility sector's underperformed by 10%. that's going to be good for active managers and all the other bets they typically make. they're probably getting paid for this year. >> great to have you on the sho
CNBC
Mar 29, 2016 1:00pm EDT
world. the world is practically melting down in several the big components of the economy, china, europe, the emerging markets and the only question is why did they feel they needed to act in december? >> right. >> and once you -- if whatever answer you come to from that, maybe they talked themselves into, it i think you've seen an effort by a lot of the fomc members and from janet today to in some sense try to tell us, well, conditions are different and just set the stage for why there's no inflation. the economy is weak. they are not going to raise rates six times in a year or whatever it was that they were predicting at the time. >> austan, according to mckenzie, since last year or since the financial crisis their data from last year, global debt has grown by more than $60 trillion. as i tweeted out, is this the problem that the fed is afraid of but in some ways also the problem that the fed created? are they afraid of their own monster? >> i don't know. that's for the whole world. >> yeah. >> since the credit crisis -- since the crisis 60 trillion, since the crisis. >> that's
CNBC
Jul 14, 2015 1:00pm EDT
gone. maybe china should be focusing on developing their own technology. >> oh, they will. they are. >> using r & d. >> and there's two regulatory bodies, our regulatory body and their regulatory body that wants something to say about this as well so i think that's a big issue. >> two-way street issue is a big issue. >> i think so. >> i like the tpp, the transpacific partnership, i think that's really important. that's the way to negotiate things. need a two-way understanding with china and all the asian countries and then we've got to pass these other tests. >> bill and marcus thank you very much for your thoughts on those topics. many more topics will be thrown your way later on in the show. >> okay. guys, let's check out what's happening with the russell 1000 index. more than half of the big-cap names are near or in correction territory, down 10% or more from their highs and wynn resorts is among them but major indices are near their record level. the stocks that are keeping this market afloat coming your way. the name next. happening with the russell 1000 verizon say neversettle
CNBC
Apr 5, 2016 1:00pm EDT
governor celebrated the company's anticipated move into that state. >>> a heartstopping sight in china as a motorist launches a landslide. the vehicle's recording advice captured the moment when tons of rocks poured down in that region. miraculously and thankfully no injuries were reported. wow. that's lucky. that's the cnbc news update this hour. i'll send it back to you, melissa. >> timing is everything. let's get a check of gold prices. no surprise we're seeing a bit higher this gold. just a quick backup on the s&p 500. watching that very closely because year to date it it looks like we might slip into the negative. back to fwld, up would 0 ppts 7%. 1227.80 is the last trade. silver is high by almost 1% and platinum also 0.8%. copper trading to the todown si. rick sap tentelli is at the cme. german bond yields is a shocker. >> definitely shocking. i don't think it could be a shocker. you can see rates are going down. here is an easy one. we know the kbs banking will correlate with rates, but when you put a year to date, what should jump out at you is we have a negative loop between cen
CNBC
Jun 1, 2015 1:00pm EDT
helping as well. china i mentioned several times this morning had a great overnight session. both the shanghai up 4% and good volume with the big etfs for china including the i shares china 25 which is fxi. >> it helps when the stayed media jaw bones it higher. >> yes. >> thank you very much for that. june does kickoff an historically bad month, but legendary trader said he sees 6% upside from here. how do you play the summer months? joining us now is chief investment officer at oppenheimer funds and director of investment strategy. gentlemen, thank you very much for joining us. do you agree? >> i think the markets have some upside left to them. the economy will probably end up doing better in the next few months than over the last four or five months. as a result we will go higher. the question really is how much higher? i think modest expectations is probably the best strategy. >> modest expectations. what does that mean? >> meaning 3% or 4%. >> not the 6%. what about you? agree or disagree? >> we agree with that and think that the expectations economically have gotten ho hum this l
CNBC
Aug 1, 2014 1:00pm EDT
also from an economic growth. china has turned its growth story around. just globally like value stocks. >> scott, i've been about 15 seconds. you seem to draw a lot of attention towards the metals. quick thought on why. >> true. i would agree with the other guest, that we are seeing a turn in the china markets. wee also seeing a turn in some of the latin-american markets, obviously not including argentina, but i do believe, you know, that metals, we have miners up to 16-month highs, aluminum companies are coming and beating earnings. those are good places to be. >> put some teal in your backbone, steel in we're portfolio. have a great weekend, scott. >> morgan brennan, she does it all. she's got a market flash. >> thanks, tyler. two stocks getting downgraded getting flashed to neutral from overweight at piper jaffray, saying delayed printer sales are now trading down about 5%. meanwhile, open hyper also downgrading beth bath and be yond that's because they might see it as a better buying opportunity in the future. bed, bath and beyond trading down about 2.5%. >> thanks, morgan,
CNBC
Sep 1, 2015 1:00pm EDT
. number one, why is this selloff happening? is it china? is it a combination? is it something else? also, of course, we have got oil, and what do you do with your money right now? do you buy, sell, hold and wait? oil falling. tyler mathisen off today and mandy at the new york stock exchange with bob pisani where, no doubt, it's another wild day for equities. >> if you thought brian was messy, welcome to the first day of september. currently sitting around session lows down 414 points. bob, what kind of correlations could you make, maybe differences as well, with what's happening today from last monday? >> well, certainly didn't have the selling pressure at important. that's the important thing. let me show you the s&p 500. last monday we had waves and waves of sell orders at the open. we did not have that today and i think that contributed to the somewhat orderly though down open. we got down to 2% and have been there and we're drifting lower and sitting at the lows for the day. let me give you headlines about the markets midday and show you what the internals are like. a man who h
CNBC
Aug 24, 2015 1:00pm EDT
growth are they? >> we want no china, nobody lud to do business in china, google, netflix. these are stocks i'd like to be down, at one point below where it was at the quarter. apple, we have information apple is strong as of last night. >> that's right. you really moved the market this morning. you got some comments from ceo. >> apple move the market. >> tim cook trying to put to bed fears about kpoexposure to chin >> i felt like it's important to check in. you always try. i've been trying to get scoops since i covered ted bundy's homicide in 1997. i've been around long enough to try to get a scoop. why not get a scoop. the answer is i was concerned after last week, skyward exclusions, big provider said things on track in china and stock got hit 10%. i reached out and the conclusion i got was i think tim cook, he doesn't do quarter updates, but was kind enough to share, i'm going to have to quote here, continued experience strong growth for business in china july and august. therefore takes entirely the decline in their dow so to speak. >> sure. >> iphone accelerator of the past two
CNBC
Aug 13, 2015 1:00pm EDT
china central bank weakened its currency for a third day in a row. this time they held a rare press conference, saying it would be a minor devaluation. claims about 10% were wrong and that it is aiming for more of a market based rate. dollar is more than 4% stronger against the chinese currency in three days alone. but we're not seeing the kind of turmoil that we saw for it the past few days. dollar is stronger against the euro and yen as retail sales in the u.s. showed a rebound fueling bets that the fed may actually be on track to raise rates as long as the global market mood stays calm. >>> for more on the big we tail sales report of the day showing 0.6% growth, michelle myer from bank of america. take us beneath the headline. department sales were not great. >> the headline number was robust, 6.6%. auto boosts that total. if you look at a core control number, take out autos, building and gasoline stations, sales were running at 1.3%. if you dig deeper at some of the secto sectors, department store sales continue to be quite weak falling on a year over year basis. this is not a n
CNBC
Feb 16, 2016 1:00pm EST
a high level discussion. the other thing is china. the pboc defending the yawn saying unlikely we are going to do serious devaluations. that's the other thing worrying the world. the third thing is bank in europe and bcd draghi saying they are going to do whatever it takes. deutsche bank may do some buying back. that's the third one. finally, the fed. nobody said anything at the fed but basically we're implying right now no hikes for the rest of the year. so big movements overall. >> how are traders taking the bounce this the bank stocks? is it vince convincing in their view? >> no. citigroup is up 12% since the bottom on thursday. we need a three-day rally. we have not had a three-day rally in the dow and snap 500 since december 21st. there hasn't been one this year. right now we've two and a half if you count the fact we have moved off of the thursday bottom. every time we've had a three day rally there has been selling into it the next day. let's see in the next 48 hours if we can get a move up you will see believers. >> we've seen notes from different houses thinking there has
CNBC
Apr 12, 2016 1:00pm EDT
possibly a group of investors, some in china, perhaps one party here in the u.s., may have made a quote, unquote bid to buy integrated device technologies. that sent the shares higher by around 20% at one point. then questions, serious questions arose as to whether or not the bid may have been legitimate or whether or not there were questionable elements to this particular transaction happening. there you can see the shares have come back down. only up about 2.5% now on extremely high volume. that's the way things have set up. we also point out that one of the addresses listed in the s.e.c. filing may not be in a location that's indicative of an investing operation. that has some people calling it into question. again, this is an scc filing. we reached out to the company for a comment. they have said no comment right now. those shares currently up about 2.5%. i want to toss it to ayman javers in washington, d.c. who has worked with the sec with regard to this type of incident. ayman, the question becomes twloo this has happened in the past, can it happen in the future, and what is
CNBC
Sep 29, 2015 1:00pm EDT
, china, is also going to be slowing down as well economically. so those two big drags. and then slumping energy prices, three of the main reasons why goldman sachs thinks we could be due for at least a slower momentum stock market. we'll put that way. take a look at the reasons why. they're saying, hey, look at least for outperformance in stocks that have certain criteria. they're looking at four specifically. higher sales exposure and catch returns to shareholders. higher quality companies with earnings and sales growth. and stronger balance sheets. they're not as exposed to leverage. so with those four criteria, they look at a bunch of different stocks in the universe. and their analysts look for ones that fit at least two of the criteria. among the names they came up with here are some interesting ones here. first of all, you have names like refiners, marathon petroleum. that's one of them. also some other ones here like chipotle. they all have upside. they think the target price could be. now remember, with these analyst moves here, rdc did theirs yesterday. they lower i had
CNBC
Aug 3, 2015 1:00pm EDT
is here to talk us through the action. >> slower global growth in china, slower global growth in latin america, particularly brazil. the commodities complex, new lows in exxon, new lows in chevron. that's why the dow is underperforming the rest of the market. conocophillips, devon energy, a half-a-dozen big energy names again at 52-week lows. we're seeing some new lows in other commodity stocks. groups. ael key with a is at a 52-week low. freeport mcmoran in the copper area also at a 52-week low. another reason that we're having a problem is big global companies, the big global -- not just energy names but industrial names. general electric. united technology. 3m and caterpillar. they're weak on a slower growth story as well, not just energy but material names. now industrials are also weaker. it is spreading a little bit as we've seen recently. commodity stocks at new lows. alcoa and freeport mcmoran lower. lower oil though is helping some of the airline stocks out there. seeing moves up there. commodity stocks, commodity group as a whole here. you can see crude oil, copper and
CNBC
Aug 17, 2015 1:00pm EDT
, over to you. >>> market volatility rising due to concerns about china and the fed, so where should investors put their money? bill stone, the chief investment strategist, and the investment strategist at is best trust. >>> did the empire state number today throw a wrench in the expected bedtime line of a hike in september? >> i don't think it necessarily did. the manufacturing activity we have seen here across the u.s. has been somewhat weak, but there are signs to suggests we are in fact bottoming. if you look at the fed, you have to realize there's a dual man dade. on the employment side, i believe they can check the box. the inflation side is certainly lagging, but i think it would take a lot to delay the fed. >> so you think they need some tool in the toolbox in case something worse happens? >> i do believe so. look, let's keep in mind the u.s. economy is clearly improving. you look at the consume el assume of the equation that's doing well. i think everyone is focusing on the soft wage data, but there is a lag there, and i don't believe the fed wants to wait until they say the
CNBC
Jan 28, 2016 1:00pm EST
, oil, china, the people had a hard time wrapping their minds around. and so we think, for instance, that with cheap oil, and the end of china's investment boom, it hurts some sectors in the economy, that's clear. but there are also winners for that. and you only see that when the earnings numbers come out. >> julian, just because oil bottoms and there isn't going to be a recession doesn't mean it will be a straight shot up. that's essentially what you're predicting with your s&p forecast. your forecast is $22.75. that's about 20% upsid from where we are now. >> it is. >> that's a big gain. >> it isn't a straight shot up. if you take the premise that volatility increased and going back to august, within that context of well above 20 as opposed to 1415 which we experienced for the majority of last four years that isn't a straight shot and our view is when you look at how sentiment swings in higher volatility markets, the almost apocalyptic sentiment that the public has expressed on stocks, you know, equivalent to at the lows in march of 2009, and institutional investors moved in that
CNBC
Mar 30, 2015 1:00pm EDT
, you first. blast-off around the globe this week. >> china from the outset ended near the highs. germany starts early today. u.s. starts at 9:30 eastern time. there's a pat he were here. global buying. you can blame it on comments from the people's bank of china officials. whatever. there's the s&p futures. we actually gapped up twice. once at 330 when europe opened and once at 9:30 when we opened. we're at the highs for the day. in terms of sectors, i have been of the opinion that we are seeing some end of the month rejiggering since the beginning of last week. we're seeing it again today. the biggest losers for the quarter are energy financials utilities, and industrials. those are the only four sectors down on the quarter. the biggest gainers today are energy, financials utilities, and industrials. how about the big gainer for the quarter? you all know that. it's health care and biotech. what's the biggest laggard today. it's still up, but it's health care, and biotech. there's an indication. finally, they keep trying to buy energy stock. how many times we been going over thi
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May 5, 2016 1:00pm EDT
january and february, there's a lot of certainly and concern about what's happening in china, i think we have seen that calm down quite a bit, and the incoming data are consisten with reasonably good global growth. concerns i've had over global economic developments have come down and the uncertainties seems to have come down. >> you sound like a guy who wouldn't be reluctant to raise rates relatively soon. my focus is looking at our two mandates. maximum employment and price stability. we made a lot of progress on employment. the inflation data have actually been pretty encouraging regarding getting back to 2% inflation, which we want to see. i think we could stay on our bake strategy of gradually removing policy accommodation over the next few years, and that would involve rate hike it is. >> everybody wants to know how many this year? >> data-dependent. typically people set two or three rate hikes this year. i think that's a reasonable view, but we'll be watching the data, make acquire that q1 blip or slowdown in gdp doesn't persist, making sure we're making the right call. >> here
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Jun 30, 2016 1:00pm EDT
. yes, they've had some disappointing acquisitions in the past. golden monkey in china is not working out. it's a complete disappointment. but nonetheless, if you have a three to five-year time horizon, deal doesn't go through, the stock drifts back down to 98 to 100. we would be acquiring the shares at that point. rising dividends stock, underlevered company. this company has very little debt. that's what's making this a key acquisition, or a candidate to an acquisition for a strategic buyer. that is critical to this whole deal. that they don't have a lot of leverage. it's making this deal an easy target. >> all right, guys. thanks so much. >>> let's get to bob pisani on the stock of the new york stock exchange. bob? >> just off of the highs for the day, melissa. take a look. even when mr. carney came on and talked about cutting rates and potential issues down the road, markets still continued to rise, right near the highs for the day here. 12% on the new york stock exchange at new highs today. keeps expanding here. just take a look at some of the new highs we have here. some of the
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Dec 31, 2015 1:00pm EST
that china slowdown despite a few climbs in the meantime. brian? >> all right, kayla. thank you very much. just, by the way, the rig count usually comes out on friday. obviously tomorrow is a holiday. the baker hughes weekly rig count is coming out right now falling two. oil rigs down two. let's now talk about amazon.com. amazon has had a huge year this year. the stock has more than doubled in value, up 121%. amazon is a company now valued at $323 billion. wow. that's great for amazon shareholders and employees, but here is more macro question, is amazon becoming too big and simply too powerful in retail? bob pisani and retail reporter courtney reagan are with us, so is ron insana and kayla at the nyse. all of us were going back and forth on e-mail ahead of this segment. you say in 31 years of covering financial news, you have never seen a stock like amazon. explain. >> well, in the sense i've never seen a company like amazon where investors have been willing to give the firm the wide berth it has with respect to producing profitability. investors have been content with revenue growt
CNBC
Feb 24, 2016 1:00pm EST
will widen their deficit. that's a massive fiscal stimulus of around 1% gdp growth for china. that is definitely what stabilized the financial system. and also that's hence to reason why the treasury market started to sell off and see yields go higher. >> seems like it is about oil these days. you had to see the turn in crude in order for stocks to go higher. boer boris. >> it is all about oil. oil drives everything these days, including currencies. the question i think is interesting is is 25 the bottom? is it really the serious bottom, have the saudis decided they don't want to go any further? if oil stabilizes here and stops having 4% to 5% days, as volatility in oil contracts, we'll start looking at more fundamental factors and the market will start moving away from oil as the key story driving it. >> in terms of markets what do you do in a market like this where we're range bound, hostage by the movements. are we in a range here and what can we trade within a range? >> we have been very cautious and somewhat bearish on the market going into the beginning of the year. we would
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Jan 6, 2016 1:00pm EST
quick look at the markets today and that korea test and other factors. china is setting the currency fix lower also was a major factor in the down move we saw late last three. 3 to 1 declining to advancing but it was worse earlier on. the volume, believe it or not, has only been moderate. we're just seeing disinterested buyers. no one wants to buy. the volatility is up but it's stable. i wouldn't say it's skyrocketing. look at the s&p 500 25 point gap down at the open. that was ruff, but you can see we've been coming off the lows, although still notably to the downside. i want to point out we had an ugly day in oil here, down 4.5%. we are close to the 2009 lows in oil. as for the oil stokcks themselves, they're still down but not nearly as much. down 2.5%, 3%, at least not dropping as much. there's an expansion of new lows, many of them oil names. you see some of the typical ones there. i think it's encouraging if you look at the high yield space which has been very worried about the energy drop, jnk, not particularly freaking out. we started down and one of the main high yield etfs
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Jan 15, 2016 1:00pm EST
china is doing well. look for decoupling. >> when scott wapner starts speaking in yiddish, that's the bottom. you can buy it here. >> the colonel clink impersonation. >> we'll see what transpires next week. "power lunch" picks up the story right now. >>> that is the number that everybody is watching. it is the dow jones industrial average, and it is currently down by 454 points, but at the low of the day it was down by 537 points. >> it has been, as you probably know, a very wild day right from the get-go. you see the swings there. those are the dow industrials. beyond the dow, the s&p 500 off 52 points, closing in on a 3% slide. touching lows not seen since really late 2014. >> as for the nasdaq, ty, it is really getting slammed. it's off by 3.5%, and solidly in correction territory. as for oil which, of course, is the central story behind the markets, crude is currently below $30 a barrel for wti. off by nearly 6% as we speak. i believe the last time it settled below $30 was december of 2003. >> and there is gold up $16 an ounce or 1.5% moving the other way as you might well exp
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Aug 25, 2015 1:00pm EDT
bank is totally immuned to china. here's where each of the big bank's exposure stood at the end of the second quarter. you can see how the big banks stand, in some cases they may look like big sticker numbers but they're small portions of the overall company's assets, citigroup, $21 billion, jpmorgan, 18, bank of america, 11. wells fargo even $3 billion. these are lagging indicator because they are recent as of june. but some people are surprised that even wells, which is often haileds is a domestic bastion of banking. goldman sachs doesn't break out china specifically but there are volcano estimates out there as well. >> it's interesting the upgrades are coming despite the fact that the fed interest rate hike is being pushed out even farther. that was seen as the big catalyst. >> it will still be a catalyst but maybe doesn't come this current quarter or next quarter. >> still coming. >> as long as the consumer is improving, as long as they're going to be borrowing more, taking out more loans and spending more on credit cards, that could also be a boone for the banks so long as the
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Dec 28, 2015 1:00pm EST
growth, whether it's the 2 handle in our gdp or think china here. but anything can happen and sometimes the contagion of raising rates does catch up to the longer end, it just doesn't seem to be occurring on this tightening cycle, but it is only one tightening thus far. we'll have to continue to monitor when we get into the next several meetings. >> rick, thank you. rick santelli in chicago. let's take a closer look at tell com. jennifer fritsche is a senior analyst at wells fargo. great to have you with us. you have a few picks going into 2016. i want to start off with sprint. it seems t-mobile is upping the ante in terms of the promotional activity and that's causing others to up the ante including sprint. when t-mobile rolled out free video streaming sprint came out and rolled out an aggressive half price deal here. so, jennifer, what do you like about sprint and are they going to be sort of forced to continue to discount into 2016? >> so sprint is kind of the big empty airplane. remember, they have the most spectrum of any of the four national carriers and as all of us continue to u
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Dec 1, 2015 1:00pm EST
turn in china and european markets are negatively effecting our business. another says the strong dollar is slowing our sales to china as they can buy in europe. that gentleman is in the primary metals industry. another says, low oil prices are now the new reality. somebody from the petroleum and coal products business. many economists point out despite the tough times in manufacturing, it remains just 12% of the economy. curiously, job growth in the ism survey did pick up in manufacturing. to the extent that it's weakness comes from the oil patch and brings low prices for consumers which is a help to the economy. and other data was pretty strong. construction spending in october topping estimates of car sales. looks to stop 18 million units historically for the third month in a row. more widespread weakness in the friday jobs report, the fed will probably plow ahead with higher rates this month. that's the consensus. >> do you buy the argument that it is mostly dollar related and china related or is there something else going on? >> i think those are the proximate causes. >> we j
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Sep 10, 2015 1:00pm EDT
here -- granted, they've unwound a lot of this around the world and emerging markets in china and other places. i think it exacerbates problems overseas which creates a negative feedback. >> you see everyone weighing in to the pboc. >> larry summers this morning on cnbc saying there is really no reason to do it. i would agree. why take the risk of restarting this vicious cycle we just went through when we are maybe about to embark on china, and japan easing as well. >>> tepper saying it is a good time to take some money offer the table right now. which stocks have held up the best since the market turmoil began? dominic chu, what have you found? >> we took a look at the s&p 500 and looked at performance since the turmoil lows, closing lows on august 25th. we screened s&p 500 members and looked at which ones had positive performance since that october 25th. it is a lot of them. the market's higher, it makes sense. 430 members are higher since august 25th. now among those, a good chunk of them, 166, have medium-term relative strength. they've held up year to date as well. among the
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Mar 3, 2015 1:00pm EST
about earning guidance. the s&p failed to revisit earlier year highs. there's concerns about china growth, and there is concerns about europe. all of this playing into the decline that we are seeing in the wake of a record day. also seeing declines in the transports today led by airlines after delta said that its passenger revenue for february declined because of currency implications and also because of the winter weather. take a look at the airlines to see how they're performing. a contributing factor to the more than 1% decline in transports. where we are seeing strength are the energy stocks. you mentioned earlier, of course energy prices rising. saudi arabia seeing prices for china and the u.s. also our k. kelly having a positive report on oil from a big oil trader andy hall. those are both contributing factors to today's gains. back to you. >> all right, mary. thank you. you know nasdaq back really approaching peak levels though off a little bit today. some of the biggest names in that index are still under performing. dominik has been looking at the nasdaq 100 laggards. we'v
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Dec 21, 2015 1:00pm EST
, and that doesn't even take into account china which opens in about three weeks' time. what do you think china will be worth? >> well, if you look at china, china is becoming the second biggest box office market in the world and within two or three years probably by one of the last "star wars" films that comes out in this regime here, it will probably be the biggest in the world. $500 million is huge. i think globally this film is going to do probably close to if not even over $3 billion. i know a lot of people are saying $2 billion but if you just trend this and you allow for the fact that china has not opened, and that's before you even get to the down stream streaming on netflix and other platforms and obviously the merchandising. so $500 million is knocking the ball out of the park and i think this is going to have long legs into the new year. it's bringing in kind of a new audience and it's bringing back the old "star wars" fans, so i think $3 billion tops is in the cards. >> martin, you must be concerned -- i want to come back to the espn thing. you must be concerned, and i s
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Apr 2, 2015 1:00pm EDT
with the foreign ministers. e 3 plus 3, china, france germany, russian federation united kingdom, and the united states met from 26 march to 2 april 2015 in switzerland. as agreed in november 2013 we gather here to find solutions towards reaching a comprehensive resolution that will ensure the exclusionvely peaceful nature of the iranian nuclear program and the comprehensive lifting of all sanctions. today, we have taken a decisive step. we have reached solutions on key parameters of a joint comprehensive plan of action. the political determination, the good will, and hard work of all parties made it possible. let us thank all delegations for tireless delegation. this is a crucial decision laying agreed bays is for the final text of the joint comprehensive plan of action. we can now restart drafting the text of the joint comprehensive plan of action guided by the solutions developed in these days. as iran pushes a peaceful nuclear program, iran's enrichment capacity enrichment level and stockpile will be limited for specific durations, and there will be no other enrichment facili
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Mar 18, 2015 1:00pm EDT
is at a three-week low. weak housing data in china once again raising concerns that there isn't that much demand from china for copper. interestingly, ty, you know the cabinet in beijing says they will be flexible about supporting the economy. flexible seems to be the word of the year. >> forget about basketball folks, this is march madness. this is our version of march madness. ron, i have "patient" going out in the first round. >> looks like they're going to let the patient go. and this is based on the press reports. nothing is baked in stone yet. this is the part that is confusing. you get press reports and suggestions they're not going to say patient because they want flexibility to move one way or the other. >> so taking patient which was often code for over the next couple of meetings our hand would be still. >> at least two. >> at least two. that means, then that okay june it could be. could be september. is there one in august? >> yeah. >> there could be one between june and september. do you think the fed should raise interest rates to get back to a more normalized poli
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Feb 9, 2016 1:00pm EST
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Nov 16, 2012 1:00pm EST
. obviously there are issues in europe right now. some weakness in china. the company couldn't really give a good vision on when some of these issues would change. that's sending the stock down. dell shares right now 8.91%. >>> up next on the program, vee we haven't seen so far. much closer to home of the storm and how it burst in the train. >>> it's happened three times since june -- another delay at united. yesterday's delay, how much damage will it cause united and its frequent flyers? we'll talk about that when "power lunch" returns. >>> if congress does not reach an agreement, the budget for the agricultural disaster relief fund, which provides drought and disaster assistance across the country, will be cut by over $100 million. streaming quotes, any way you want. fully customize it for your trading process -- from thought to trade, on every screen. and all in real time. which makes it just like having your own trading floor, right at your fingertips. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. try our easy-to-use scottrader streaming quotes. it's another reason mor
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Apr 29, 2015 1:00pm EDT
production may start to meaningful decline and demand could come up especially if china begins to the stimulate or try to their economy. >> we'll try to get luke back on here in just a bit. the markets reacting to the fed a bit. the do you know dow jones average fuel a little bit. yields back above 2%. where does bill gross see the fed raising. what does he think about the stock market? we'll get his thoughts on the timing of a rate hike. stick with us. >> now the latest from tradingnation.cnbc.com and a word from our sponsor. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 [ male announcer ] your love for trading never stops tdd# 1-800-345-2550 even on the go. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 open a schwab account, and you could earn tdd# 1-800-345-2550 300 commission-free online trades. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 so if you get a trade idea schwab can help you take it on. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 we're getting a lot of questions tdd# 1-800-345-2550 about organic food stocks. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 [ male announcer ] sharpen your instincts tdd# 1-800-345-2550 with in-depth analysis by schwab experts. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 and if you want
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Jul 7, 2015 1:00pm EDT
on recovering turn to the green. >> story of the day. kind of a bungee drop. china drops, oils fall and then coming back. let's take a look at the dow, s&p and the russell. dow down 37 points and the s&p nudging back up towards the flat line at 2066 and change and nasdaq in percentage points the big lieutenantser, down two-thirds of a point. >> seven of the sectors are low for the year including staples, i.t., financial, industrials, utilities and energy rounding out the bottom of the pack. both down more than 9% year to date. >> oil getting hit hard again today before staging a bit of a comeback. there you see it's got modest losses right now. west texas intermediate at 51.97. ice brent crude at 56.43, down 11 cents or about a fifth of 1%. >> and then ty yield falling enough that we're starting to hear about lower mortgage rates. the ten-year right now earning 2.221%. euro group leaders meantime emergeing from a crucial summit on greece about one hour ago. the result nothing, according to reuters. another meeting set for tomorrow. the eurozone summit is under way now. yields meanti
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Mar 14, 2016 1:00pm EDT
results of nafta, the results of the trade agreement with china is that this country has lost millions of decent paying jobs, communities around this country here in the midwest and ohio, michigan, illinois, have been devastated. >> with us now are two architects of nafta, the north american free trade agreement, the free trade legislation now under attack, you heard from bernie sanders, and also from right and left and center. joining us, clyde prestowitz and mickey canter, there at the end and credited for pushing nafta through under bill clinton. good to have you here. let me start with you. what would you say about bernie sanders and his criticism of nafta? >> a lot of heat and not much light. bernie doesn't have any facts to back up what he's talking about. nafta has shown a net increase in jobs every study, every study done by nonpartisan groups has shown nafta has been a net job gain for the united states. a big job gain for mexico, more important it tied our two economies together. nafta has been a success. >> but mr. canter, i think a lot of the critics would say maybe net number
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Sep 15, 2015 1:00pm EDT
anatomy of a hike. >> fears about china. many are questioning whether you can trust the economic data. that's nothing new. what is what we're going to tell you about not only the size of china's economy but it's growth rate. it will surprise you, folks. >> okay. but let's get straight to today's big rally. the dow is out of correction territory. and little by little over the past three weeks volatility has been sliding as well. he joins us now from the nyc floor. what does today's rally tell us about what the market is expecting about thursday? >> the market doesn't seem terribly concerned about the potential for a rate hike. when they talk about that volatility, let's look at the s&p 500. we're at the highs of the day. folks, we have seen this movie before. this happened many time. take a look at the markets midday. this is the day before the federally. there is a well known phenomena. it's been studied for many years. they did a paper on this a few years ago noting the tendency of the market to go up before the fed meeting and into the fed meeting. advancing to declining the stocks.
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Jun 26, 2015 1:00pm EDT
26 years the week after the quad droop witchruple witching has been a down week. china is down 7% overnight. all these etfs everybody plays here in the united states tracking the mainland china stock market, ashr the number one china etf, they're all down noticeably noticeably. 9%, 10%, 11%, even worse than mainland china. i want to show you how remarkable numbers are from nike. revenues -- retailers struggle to get 2% 3% 4% 5% revenue growth out of their companies. when you have 14% for nike in north america, those are just eye-popping numbers. it is incredible. the stock is reflecting that. remember nike split at the end of 2012 two for one. it's gone from $50 to $109 in that period. even with the stock split. it's been -- certain will i rewarded investors. but those kinds of revenue gains, you don't see them anywhere at all. those are start-up company kinds of revenue gains. >> well certainly the market is rewarding it for that performance. stunning across the board revenue growth. >>> let's get up town to the nasdaq where courtney reagan is standing by. >> so the nasdaq defin
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